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Sundy Village in Downtown Delray Beach, FL

The intersection of Delray Beach’s Atlantic and Swinton Avenues is more than a vibrant city center;

it’s the beating heart of the world-renowned beachfront hideaway. Surrounding this small section of converging asphalt are the booming businesses, fashionable boutiques, and delectable dining fare that have made Delray Beach one of South Florida’s hidden gems.

Soon, at this very intersection, a revitalized landmark will reclaim its rightful space amid the scenery. Sundy Village is set to break ground in Q4 of 2021—and its combination of preservation and enlightenment will be unlike anything the city has seen before.

A New Twist On An Old Story

Sundy Village is set to personify the sublime mixture of leisure and luxury that Delray Beach

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Surfside Condominium CollapseIn the wake of the tragic collapse of the Champlain Towers South in Surfside, more questions and concerns regarding the safety of buildings throughout South Florida have emerged seemingly every day. Now, a coalition under Palm Beach County’s League of Cities has proposed an inspection of many condos, apartment buildings, hotels, and offices both east and west of I-95.

The proposal targets buildings a minimum of 25 years old east of the highway, and 35 years old on the western side, regardless of height. This surpasses the standard of 40 years of age in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. While one and two-family homes, government buildings, and schools are excluded, this would result in a massive undertaking, as 90% of the condominiums stretching from

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New Homes for Sale in South Florida

Buying a New Home in South Florida

In the wake of COVID-10, South Florida home buyers have recently shown a strong preference for residences that can accommodate their new normalcies, such as working from home and virtual schooling. It comes as no surprise that these buyers are finding new construction homes to be an ideal solution, as they offer privacy, space, and a certain degree of customization. As a result, new construction homes are in high demand locally, and builders can barely keep up. If you are considering purchasing a new construction property, it is essential to develop a strategy prior to looking. There are many layers to the new construction sales process, and The Pearl Antonacci Group is here to help you cultivate a deeper

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Vini Antonacci and Brian Pearl of Lang Realty recently represented the buyer of a new home located in Golden Oak at Walt Disney World®. The Pearl Antonacci Group sold this estate built by Cahill Homes, located on Hyperion Lane in Golden Oak, Florida for $3,980,000. 

This beautifully designed Tuscan-style home features 5 bedrooms, 5 full and 2 half bathrooms, a 2-bay garage, and over 5,000 square feet of living space.  The front entry includes a serene and impressive foyer with 25-foot ceilings. Elegant porcelain tile runs seamlessly throughout the interior of the ground level and dark stained oak wood is found on the stairway treads and second floor.  The main staircase is made of exotic wood and has wrought iron balustrades with Disney characters

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Lotus Homes for Sale by GL Homes Photo Courtesy of GL Homes

 

Lotus Homes for Sale in Boca Raton

GL Homes, one of Palm Beach County's leading homebuilders, recently launched sales for their newest Boca Raton community, Lotus.  Located in West Boca, Lotus is the latest development in the company's string of resort-style neighborhoods along Lyons Road in the Western Corridor of Boca Raton, Delray Beach, and Boynton Beach.  Lotus homes for sale will be unique in that they are modern in design, opposite from the transitional and Mediterranean architecture of previous communities like Saturnia Isles, Boca Isles, Valencia Reserve, The Bridges, and Seven Bridges.  

Lotus Real Estate

Lotus will be comprised of twelve different floor plans within two home collections, the Bali

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Over the past 25 years, Downtown Delray Beach has grown into a crown jewel of the vivacious city. Developed through a myriad of public and privately funded projects, citizens of Delray take pride in the comfortably urban environment. The town center provides a dynamic arrangement of dining and entertainment, while the beautiful oceanside backdrop offers a calming respite from the hustle and bustle of city-living.

Stay up to date on the breathtaking development projects on Delray's horizon:

236 Fifth Condos for Sale in Downtown Delray

236 Fifth Delray + Aloft Hotel

Set to finish construction in December of 2018, 236 Fifth Delray in conjunction with Aloft boutique hotel is planning to provide luxury apartments and lodging, allowing residents to "live on vacation." This lavish development

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236 Fifth Avenue Condos in Delray Beach

Hotels, condos, retails shops and more are coming to Delray Beach’s walkable neighborhood, SofA (South of Atlantic Avenue). 

The 236 Fifth Avenue, a 35-unit luxury condominium and the Aloft Hotel, a 122-room tech-minded hotel, 5,000 square feet of first-floor retail boutiques and structured parking are rising and occupancy for 235 Fifth Avenue will begin in 2018.

Condos at 236 Fifth Avenue are on sale now. Prices start at $500,000 and range over $1,000,000. Positioned on the second, third and fourth floors, the pet-friendly residences will vary from one-bedroom to three-bedroom condos with sizable balconies and private parking with additional guest spaces.

The contemporary-style building is adjacent to the Aloft Hotel and the residences will

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A mixed use development that would provide downtown Delray Beach with:

  • Two and three bedroom apartments
  • High-end retail boutiques
  • 60 ft. wide public, landscaped courtyard with outdoor eating restaurants
  • Class-A Office space
  • A 120-room hotel
  • Residential- Inns with amenities for extended stays
  • A 400-space underground parking facility and Valet drop-off parking service
  • Eight (8) historic structures are being fully renovated & incorporated into the
  • project, including the Cathcart House and The Rectory on Swinton
  • An attractive pedestrian streetscape along Swinton Avenue with water features and landscape areas
  • 60’ wide public pedestrian walkway to Atlantic Avenue

Swinton Commons in Downtown Delray Beach

How would the Swinton Commons project benefit the

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Downtown Delray Beach's famed Sopra Center on Atlantic Avenue

110 E Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach FL

110 East Atlantic, formally known as the Sopra Center, has received building permits and construction has started. The Richard Jones designed adaptive re-use project will transform the 4-story,  1950’s era, steel frame building into a Modern Class-A office and mixed-use destination.

The building upgrades include enhanced below grade parking, new elevators, windows  and a complete façade redesign.

There will be new retail space facing Atlantic Avenue and the new Class-A offices on the upper floors will now enter from a new west facing lobby. The building, defined by a unique exterior level raised plinth, will have it extended  south down SE 1st Avenue as well. Current tenant Rocco’s

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A deal that would allow the construction of a $200 million mixed-use project downtown on Atlantic Avenue is moving closer after more than a decade of planning and approvals.

Atlantic Crossing, a 9-acre project featuring apartments, offices, restaurants and shops, would be located beside Veterans Park along the Intracoastal Waterway. It’s the city’s largest proposed development in terms of square footage at the moment, said city commissioner Mitch Katz.

“It’s important because it’s prime real estate on Atlantic Avenue that needs to be be developed,” he said. “I just want to see this move forward.”

Signing the agreement would end a lawsuit the developer filed in 2015 over delays, and eliminate the risk of the city paying an estimated $40 million in

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